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for highs. plenty. >> and getting the start. and. >> it is not based on the alex smith's studies. and limited in practice and yet to be cleared to play in a game. and an impressive start ands ting two touchdowns. and no interception -- interceptions. and from his offensive teammates on monday night. he is the starting quarterback now for the san francisco 49ers. alex smith on the bench. 0ñ@Ñ thuganksvingeeke, geyear inrestree nag and ve uto0ngeeke, beayresand stedic evttre pri war geyear ds sday ep tin.ag >>> we're back live pictures out of new york city where pat raid is underway. sponge bob is there in the background. the big balloons are out and taking their debut. and a lot of people excited at the pageantry. lady liberty will not get visitors for the rest of the year. the park service said there is enough damage from sandy they need to keep it closed until they can make the repairs. some of the problems include damage or danger i should say of falling. there are a lost bricks on the ground. there is damage to screening areas, they need those up and running t caused floo
is not based on the health of alex smith. as of now, he has not been cleared by doctors to play after he suffered that concussion. however, smith does have his wits about him clearly as he was asked earlier today about his relationship with kaepernick. >> if you can't be happy for your teammate's success, you're playing the wrong sport. go play tennis, or golf or something. that's ridiculous. it doesn't belong in team sports in my opinion. it's a quarterback position, it gets a will the of attention, we're going to get talked about, you know, but it's important that it doesn't come in here. >> meantime, dare we say, warriors are hot. winning four out of their last five games. i think that institutes hotness. rocking at the oracle, just kind of like the old days, you can call it whatever you want. they're still the nets, although they play in brooklyn these days. steph will not be able to hit this shot. david lee, 10 points, 13 rebounds. five straight double double for lee. silky from three. he had 23 points tonight. here is the show stopper. curry down the lane, and make it go. that's wo
. >> reporter: eric smith heads the america's division of swiss re. >> reinsurance is about all forms of risk, whether its health, or life, or your home, or your property, the math behind it works the most effectively if you can spread the risk around the globe in all sorts of different forms. >> reporter: insurance companies buy their own insurance-- reinsurance-- from huge firms like swiss re which, because of their size, can afford the fullest data, plug in into the most sophisticated risk models. and doing just that, swiss re actually warned us of an east coast storm like sandy in 2006. after hurricane katrina, swiss re's head of catastrophe perils, andy castaldi, worried aloud about warming seas and more violent storms in the gulf. but, he told me: >> i'm also concerned about the new york bay and long island would be inundated by a flood, due to a category 3 storm. a storm surge could completely flood the airport at jfk. 13 feet of sea water is not out of or to 17 feet is not out of the question. >> reporter: so the blue is sandy's storm surge. we interviewed castaldi again last week, af
the winner. jacob long picks up the story. >> reporter: dewitt county clerk recorder smith is digging through her purse for a coin. >> there it is. >> reporter: the reason is -- >> you never know. anything is possible. >> reporter: smith's search is successful. >> we have a quarter. we're going to go for it. >> reporter: when the clock strikes three, she flips the quarter into the air. >> tails. >> reporter: but this is no ordinary coin toss. it is deciding the outcome of a county board race. >> we just needed something to break the tie, so here we are. >> reporter: republican incumbent terry ferguson and independent george miller want to serve district b. the problem, election results show they're dead even. >> we waited 14 days for absentees to come in. we counted. we now have a tie between two of them. >> reporter: since the state has no specific rules for a situation like this, the clerk is getting creative. and flipping a coin. >> it is a head. >> reporter: as the incumbent ferguson goes first, calling tails, but the quarter lands on heads, meaning he loses. >> well, a little disappointe
and see how oil was affected by the breaking news. sandra smith, what are you looking at? sandra: there was an immediate reaction in the trading pits. we had been higher on the session, but, of course, oil plunged on this news. we saw oil hit the low of the session. $86.37 a barrel. that fella did not last on that news. now, it is right around 86.60. it is not being sustained. traders say it will take a lot more than that for that risk premium to be pulled out of the oil and gasoline market. big selloff on the news, but did not hold. now, we are bordering on the unchanged mark. cheryl: we should also keep in mind we are going into a holiday. sandra smith, thank you very much. we appreciate it. once again, if you are just joining us now, the cease-fire has been struck between israel and hamas. this is over the gaza strip which hamas controls. we are looking at market reaction. we will be right back on "markets now." ♪ with dedicated support teams at over 500 branches nationwide. so when you call or visit, you can ask for a name you know. because personal service starts with a re
the world in 80 seconds. >> shep: i'm shepard smith. this is "the fox report." it's the bottom of the hour. time for the top of the news. secretary of state clinton says hamas must stop firing rockets at israel. this is video from hamas, some of those rocket attacks. fox news can't independently verify the video. secretary clinton is in the middle east tonight trying to prevent an all-out ground war in gaza. they met with netanyahu and said the united states is pushing for more than just a temporary cease fire. >> in the days ahead, the united states will work with our partners here in israel and across the region toward an outcome that bolsters security for the people of israel, improve conditions for the people of gaza, and move toward a comprehensive peace for all people of the region. >> shep: just as secretary clinton was meeting with the prime minister netanyahu, we got word of explosions in gaza. reportedly from new israeli air strikes. we have team fox coverage. jonathan hunt is with us at the united nations. let's first go to ed henry live at the white house. egypt is play ago key
quarterback is going to start for the 49ers this weekend when they face the saints. alex smith or colin kaepernick? we'll tell you one guy who may have let the cat out of the bag and find out if coach is still dodging the tough question. >>> enjoy the weather now, because changes are on the way. let's check in with chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. >> at least another day or so of milder weather before we start to get some rainfall back across the bay area. right now, doppler radar showing dry conditions in santa rosa, san francisco, down to san jose. we are storm free. some of these drier winds we had filter in today produced near record setting heat. 73 in south san jose. that was one of the warmest. cupertino 71 and east san jose at 70. numbers are dropping and quickly. up in the north day, 51 in napa. down here towards sunnyvale, 55. let's take you outside and the bay bridge approach is slammed and busy. christmas in the park in san jose, marla is out here for that tree lighting ceremony tonight. a lot of action happening no matter where you are across the bay area. if you are doing
in '96 but lost to president clinton. i'm shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. and you know that one friend who just won't let you get a word in edge wise, the u.s. senate has a friend like that. his name is filibuster. it's really a technique that lawmakers use to hold the legislation that they don't like. a senator or group of senators refuses to get off the floor and that group can kill the bill that way. now, the senate majority leader harry reid is threatening to push for a change to the filibuster rules that would give minority members less power. but the minority leader mitch mcconnell says that would be the equivalent of blowing up the senate. doug mckelway with the news live on capitol hill for us tonight. doug, they call it the nuclear option. >> yeah, they call it the nuclear option because the party that exercises the nuclear option, that pulls the trigger on the nuclear option can suffer ultimately the fallout from that nuclear chain reaction if they ultimately become the minority party at some point in the
immovable objects like howard k. smith and frank reynolds, and people who still believed that good journalism was important. and nobody. >> he turned. he recognized good journalism and moved toward it. >> he recognized it. i will tell you the back story of "nightline." for about a year before the iran hostage crisis, rone arlidge came to us in the news division and said any time something of real major importance happens, i want to do a late night special on it, 11:30, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, i don't care. he initially wanted a one-hour news cast at the dinner hour. at 6:30. the affiliated stations would not go along, so he decided he was going to seize that time, and by the time we got to the iran hostage crisis, we were running out of things to say. after about the fifth day, the sixth day, the seventh day. we were running out of things to report. and rune said to us, i don't care. tell me the difference between a sunni and a shiite. about the shah and how he came to power. tell me, i don't want care what. he kept that program going, because he recognized there was a tremendous a
was going to make them weather was an eric said right or a howard k. smith, the people that ed murrell hired for people of substance, historians. writers. leaders, people who cared about history. and sometimes when i look at what passes for news on cable television, especially these days, i don't know where they find these people. [laughter] >> he cared a great deal about writing. one of the point you're making earlier about some things that you wanted to last for three, four, five days before it would actually get on the air, it had to be written, and written well. merl cared a great deal about style and the way in which you presented information. it was always for me -- >> interesting. and is going to interrupt you for a second. take a look at how awesome, when you're watching something being covered on cable television these days, and it requires great skill. i'm not denigrating it in any fashion, but notice how often was your hearing is just whatever comes off the top of the head of a man or woman who is reporting. take note of how rare it is for a script actually to be written. now, you
, the bailiff says this is so and so, people versus smith, and the district attorney says i'm so and so, i speak for the people. i have a friend, and when the prosecutor does that, it's his turn, and he says i'm so and so, and i also speak for the people, just one at a time. [laughter] perhaps you want to go to law school because you have a particular policy area you're interested in, do what you can to promote environmental protection and think that working through the law is the best way to do that. you have to have a reason. there are better things to do if you can't think of something to do other than embark on a particular career path. >> thank you. i want to now turn to the court for a moment and a little on public perception, the only -- we read about the court and decisions on the court, and the common description is conservatives on the court and liberal on the court, and it's not the public's perception, but the media perception. is there a different way you'd like people to think about the court and justices on the courts than those categories? >> well, sure. i don't think it's a very
they announce a case in court, the bailiff says this is so and so, people versus smith. the district attorney stands up and says, i'm so and so, i speak for the people. i have a friend who is a criminal defense lawyer, and when the prosecutor does that, and its his turn, he stands up and says i'm so and so, and i also speak for the people, just one at a time. [laughter] perhaps you want to go to law school because you have a particular policy area you're interested in. you want to do what you can to promote environmental protection, and you think working through the law is the best way to do that, but you have to have a reason. there's better things to do if you can't think of something to do other than embark on a particular career path. >> thank you. i want to now turn to the court for a moment, and a little bit on public perceptions. the only -- we read about the court, and we read about the decisions on the court, but the common description is, conservatives on the court, liberals on the court, seems to be that cat -- category is the media perception. is there a different way you want peo
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